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Brimstone by Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child X
Brimstone by Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child
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    Aug 2004, 512 pages
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    Apr 2005, 752 pages

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I thoroughly enjoyed "Brimstone" because of Special Agent Pendergast. His talents seem most unlikely for one person, and yet you find yourself believing that such a person exists. After reading this book, which I could not put down, I went back and reread the entire series, starting with "Relic". I like the way that Preston and Child engage your intellect as well as your need for surprise. I suggest that for the first time reader of this series to start with "Relic" and follow the adventure from there.
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